Gambia Govt Denies African Petroleum Invested U.S.$60 Million

[The Point] Government officials in Banjul have denied that Africa Petroleum (AP) spent $60 million towards building of schools, hospitals and other infrastructure in the country.

[The Point] Government officials in Banjul have denied that Africa Petroleum (AP) spent $60 million towards building of schools, hospitals and other infrastructure in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Let’s Give a Helping Hand

[The Point] Since the announcement of the death of five people and 8000 victims caused by the recent flash floods and windstorm that struck the country, especially in the rural areas, we have been seeing an array of emergency relief and support to the …

[The Point] Since the announcement of the death of five people and 8000 victims caused by the recent flash floods and windstorm that struck the country, especially in the rural areas, we have been seeing an array of emergency relief and support to the affected communities from people of all walks of life across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Minister Bai Lamin Jobe Speaks to the Point On Burning Issues

[The Point] Bai Lamin Jobe, Minister of Works, Transport and Infrastructure, has granted this paper a rare exclusive interview touching on the plans, policies and projects that the ministry is preoccupied with.

[The Point] Bai Lamin Jobe, Minister of Works, Transport and Infrastructure, has granted this paper a rare exclusive interview touching on the plans, policies and projects that the ministry is preoccupied with.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Coalition Breakout Only Hurts Gambia – Says Ex-Diplomat

[The Point] The ex-Gambian Ambassador to US has urged coalition leaders to put away their political differences and come together to serve this country. The country needs them, he said.

[The Point] The ex-Gambian Ambassador to US has urged coalition leaders to put away their political differences and come together to serve this country. The country needs them, he said.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Al Azhar Imam Slams Arish Terrorist Attack

[Egypt Online] Al Azhar Grand Sheikh Dr Ahmed el Tayyeb strongly condemned the terrorist attack that targeted policemen on Monday while carrying out their duty in northern Sinai city of Arish.

[Egypt Online] Al Azhar Grand Sheikh Dr Ahmed el Tayyeb strongly condemned the terrorist attack that targeted policemen on Monday while carrying out their duty in northern Sinai city of Arish.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Defense Min. Holds Meetings With Senior Officials in South Korea

[Egypt Online] Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces and Defense Minister General Sedqi Sobhi on Monday held several meetings with senior state and military officials in South Korea.

[Egypt Online] Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces and Defense Minister General Sedqi Sobhi on Monday held several meetings with senior state and military officials in South Korea.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

South African Government Hands Over Food Commodities to Maffs, WFP

[Concord] The South African Government, through its High Commissioner to Ghana and Sierra Leone, has on Friday 8 September, handed over food commodities to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security and the United Nations World Food Progra…

[Concord] The South African Government, through its High Commissioner to Ghana and Sierra Leone, has on Friday 8 September, handed over food commodities to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) for victims of the August 14 mudslide and flooding disaster.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

World Bank Report Predicts More Landslides

[Concord] A new report on disaster risk management conducted by the World Bank has predicted that the country is still vulnerable to high risk of another landslide if certain mechanisms are not put in place by the government to mitigate disaster incide…

[Concord] A new report on disaster risk management conducted by the World Bank has predicted that the country is still vulnerable to high risk of another landslide if certain mechanisms are not put in place by the government to mitigate disaster incidents in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone